Once you’ve decided on the style you want to get, you can estimate the length you should get for the bundles. Just like getting the right number of bundles, choosing the right bundle lengths will help you get the exact look you wish. Yet, depending on the style you create, the length you need will be different. So, below are our tips on selecting the right length for your hair bundles.
What factors to consider?
Before deciding the lengths you should get for your bundles, let’s consider some factors like hair texture, style, density, height, head circumference, etc. These factors affect how each hair length will look on your head.
- Texture: Your hair bundles look shorter or longer with different hair textures. With the same hair length, straight hair always looks the longest, then comes wavy hair, and the shortest one is curly hair. Accordingly, if you want to achieve a long wavy hairstyle, you cannot get the same length for straight hair.
- Size of head: Most heads are between 21 and 24 inches in circumference. You will need to change the number of bundles and hair lengths depending on how big or small your head is.
- Style: the style you want to get will also affect the length you should choose for each bundle. A layered look will require several lengths while a fully balanced look with just need only one length.
How to choose the right bundle lengths?
Please be aware that while the length is constant, your height and the different lengths of the neck and torso will make your hair appear longer or shorter. The same length extensions will appear differently on a taller individual as they will on a smaller figure.
If you want a layered look, you must select different lengths for your bundles. For example, 3 three bundles with lengths of 14, 16, and 18 inches. Yet, if you want a full look with the same length, you can take only one length for all the bundles.
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Furthermore, the longer you want your hair will be, the more bundles you will need. A 12-inch straight bundle will definitely have more hair than a weft that is 30 inches long at the same weight.
Therefore, two hair bundles with lengths ranging from 8 inches to 14 inches will be required for a short haircut like a bob; the same number of bundles will also be required for a leave-out or a closure (where you add an extra patch of hair in the front to create a natural hairline).
To make your hair pop, you will need three hair bundles if you choose longer hair bundles between 14 and 22 inches.
However, if you opt for bundles with a length of 22 inches and above, we recommend you purchase 4 bundles. Our tip is to always purchase an extra bundle of hair because having insufficient hair is the worst. Buying extra, and you can use the leftover bundle for the next installation.
Choosing the right hair bundle lengths and the number of bundles will help you create the look you want with ease. So, take our tips above, and if you are still not sure which length to buy, just contact us and get instant support.
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